Guspires by Mercè Torrents is a divertimento inspired by sparks from a firework.
The Idil·li per a trio (violin, cello and piano) by Agustí Borgunyó is a short work of less than six minutes and yet it is full of intensity, lyricism and expressive power.
Three traditional-style trio pieces for grallas (traditional instrument) and timpani, and two impromptus with piano accompaniment.
Mar incandescent (Incandescent Sea) is a fantasy about a sunset over the sea, with the sun reflected like a mirror in the surface of the water. This was the emotion that the composer allowed to guide her through the music, playing with her favorite instruments (piano, cello and tenora, equivalent instrument to the oboe).
The piece Moebius Trio by Rodríguez Picó includes the peculiar properties of the Moebius looped strip by using themes predominantly built up around long notes that give a feeling of a flat yet wavy surface, and by linking the different parts as if always bringing us back to the beginning again.
This work is a small poem with a simple and cantabile language, in which all instruments have the same level of prominence.
Quatre tocs amb canya (Four touches with reed) by Jordi Fàbregas has four separate parts: Cor de foc (Heart of Fire), Ball a quatre (Dance to Four), Trànsit (Transit) and Ball gemmat (Lush Dance).
Wow, what a tone! is a little musical joke or Humoreske on the melody of the beginning of the Sardana.
In the Rondó-fantasia de Jordi Vilaprinyó the piano is the driving force of the whole work and the tenora and violoncello drive the melodies upwards to reach a climatic cadenza where the two instruments create a harmonious dialogue.
This trio is the result of a visit of the author to the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona to see an exhibition by the Catalan artist. A few of these works grabbed her attention, specially the Dos ocells solars .
The Prelude and Dance follows a typical structure of Frederic Monpou, and the Finale closes the work.